Gay, family say he'll still run in Beijing Olympics
EUGENE, Ore. -- Tyson Gay went down Saturday and the question is when he will be able to get back up.
One week after setting the American record in the 100 meters and also running that distance faster than anyone else ever has, Gay's quest to double up at the Olympics in the 200 ended prematurely and painfully during a quarterfinal heat when he collapsed due to what was described as a "severe cramp" in his left hamstring.
Gay pulled up about a dozen strides into the race, after ...
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OLYMPIC TRACK AND FIELD TRIALS
Where: At Hayward Field, Eugene, Ore.
When: June 27-July 6
At stake: Top three finishers in each final earn berth on U.S. Olympic team for Beijing.
SUNDAY, JULY 6• Gay to limit training after muscle strain
• Felix cruises in women's 200, Dix tops men
SATURDAY, JULY 5• Race walkers get no respect
• Leg injury quashes Johnson's Olympic dreams
• Gay tumbles during 200-meter heat, injured
• More on Gay's injury, chances for Games
FRIDAY, JULY 4• Felix, Gay advance at trials; Goucher wins 5,000
THURSDAY, JULY 3• Merritt upsets Wariner at Olympic trials
MONDAY, JUNE 30• Olympian Lagat to represent U.S. in 5,000 meters
• Smoky haze settles over U.S. Olympic track trials
SUNDAY, JUNE 29• Gay qualifies for Olympics with wind-aided 9.68
SATURDAY, JUNE 28• Gay recovers, advances, breaks U.S. 100 record
FRIDAY, JUNE 27• Hooker wins 100-meter qualifier
• Flanagan, Goucher, Begley claim 10,000 spots